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WATCH: Yeng Constantino gives glimpse of her parents’ simple life in province

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Sep. 19, 18 | 3:43 pm

Without a doubt, the life of singer Yeng Constantino has changed ever since she won the first season of “Pinoy Dream Academy” and took the nation by storm after the release of her first single “Hawak Kamay”.

But despite having one of the most successful music careers in the Philippine entertainment industry, Constantino revealed that her parents, Lito and Susan, have chosen to live a simple yet happy life in their home province.

Constantino gave a glimpse of her parents’ lifestyle in the province in her two-part YouTube vlog.

What she has shown in her vlog is different and unexpected coming from a successful singer. While everyone would assume that her family is living a life of luxury, Constantino has proven that her family did not change despite her fame.

Constantino’s video showed her eating simple home-cooked dishes, sleeping in nipa huts, fetching water from a well, going around a plantation, hanging out with some relatives, and taking care of her parents’ animals.

Watch Constantino’s videos below.

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